By Vincent Gabriel Antonini, CTS Close your eyes. You’re at a worship service. The visuals are gone, and all you have left is sound. That’s where the information happens. Accordingly, in any church, the sound engineer is central to the outcomes of the worship experience (good or bad). The sound engineer volunteer or professional […]Read More >
Over the past few months, we’ve talked extensively about what to look for in a sound system. We’ve looked at different types of loudspeakers and audio technology. We’ve talked about evaluating your sanctuary space, your style of service, and your budget. And, we’ve talked about the importance of hiring a professional for what amounts to one of the biggest investments your church will make.
It makes sense, then, to conclude this series by talking a bit about maintaining your investment.Read More >